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Thierry Henry

Tung's Hair Stylist
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the hell am I looking at here...how is the controller hooked up snes>adaptor>Wii controller...

To use that stick on the mini PS I figured to connect it to a Wiimote and get that paired with the 8Bitdo adapter. A bit convoluted but it works.
 

adeneo

Neo Bubble Buster
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Picked up some carts locally !

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voltronbadass

nerdsigh
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To use that stick on the mini PS I figured to connect it to a Wiimote and get that paired with the 8Bitdo adapter. A bit convoluted but it works.

Last year I wired up an 8bitdo contoller board into an old HRAP with a big lithium cell. Now I have a wireless arcade stick that works on the retro systems 8bitdo makes dongles for. So fucking good!
 
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Gog

Krauser's Shoe Shiner
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Puyo Puyo > Tetris

Both are fantastic games, I just prefer the chaining mechanics in Puyo and find unleashing a massive combo more satisfying than a tetris. Puyo Puyo Tetris was a good bit of multiplayer fun too.
 

Kid Panda

The Chinese Kid
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They're going to keep you busy!!

Would be good if Capcom could get the licenses and release Alien vs. Predator, Cadillacs and Dinosaurs, Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara, Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom and The Punisher

Yea not gonna happen. Ever. At all.
 

JoeAwesome

I survived Secret Santa, It wasn't Easy.,
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Now that I'm on a computer, my first arcade cabinet:

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Had to drive four hours each way last night, but the price was right. It is very much a work in progress, though, and I'm really unfamiliar with JVS, so it's time to learn!
 

Syn

There can be only one.
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You're going to enjoy it. Cabs are mostly fun to fix and you feel pretty good getting them working again.
 

aha2940

AH, A, COLUMBIAN!,
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Just received and installed the PSIO on my PS1:

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So far, everything has worked fine (Gran Turismo 1 and 2, Symphony of the Night, both Destruction Derbies, Twisted Metal 2, etc.)
 

F4U57

General Morden's Aide
15 Year Member
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Nice cab!

New Net City were quite common in Aus at one point there.
 

titchgamer

Guerilla Warrior
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Now that I'm on a computer, my first arcade cabinet:

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Had to drive four hours each way last night, but the price was right. It is very much a work in progress, though, and I'm really unfamiliar with JVS, so it's time to learn!

Cool! I picked up my first original cab last year. Lots of fun to learn new skills etc with!

Just received and installed the PSIO on my PS1:

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So far, everything has worked fine (Gran Turismo 1 and 2, Symphony of the Night, both Destruction Derbies, Twisted Metal 2, etc.)

I have one on order due in March I think.
Looking forward to it, heard good things!
 

ShootTheCore

Mature's Make-up Artist
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Very nice! Awesome to see some MIDI action on here. What are your plans for them?

I have them both connected to my Sharp X68030 at the moment. I'm going to pick up a MIDI card for my MSX soon and will shift one of them over to that. Eventually I may also get a retro-PC going - there was a ton of good PC games that made use of them back in the late 90s.
 
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